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Children ride for free under SEPTA's new fare proposal in Philadelphia
"Septa is revising its fair proposal making some small adjustments for small people K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo reports kids would ride free kids under twelve with a fare paying adult would ride free on any set the line under the new fare restructuring plan the previous plan had kids aged five to eleven writing for one dollar right now a child's fare is the full two fifty another change gives up the key travel wallet riders a longer window to use their one free transfer per trip it was ninety minutes the new plan would give riders to ours to use their free transfer in a statement SEPTA general manager Leslie Richards said the changes would help the authority better meet the needs of low income communities and traveling families the revised proposal got the okay from a SEPTA board committee and goes before the full board for a vote next Thursday if approved these fare changes would be effective July first sept announced last month that any fare increases under the restructuring wouldn't take effect until at least January of two thousand twenty
Philadelphia School District to lay out options for reopening
"Meanwhile the Philadelphia school district if school district is expected to lay out its options today as they decide how schools should safely reopen this fall we hear more on this from K. what abuse Mike denardo the district has set a return to classes will likely be in person a continuation of virtual education or a combination of both today the district issues a framework outlining its options because of social distancing requirements superintendent William Hite says school plans will be based on guidance from the city and state health the mints and the CDC he says what works at one school may not fit another a one size fits all model will not work and different schools different communities may require different things and Hyde says the August thirty first first day for students could be delayed we think that if anything would change when students would comment just to give more time to talk about all of the protocols that will likely need to be in place the district today begins to survey school communities to find out what about remote learning worked and what didn't Hyde says the district's back to school plan should be ready by mid
School District to lay out options for reopening
"Lines meanwhile the Philadelphia school district is also expected to lay out its options as they decide how schools should safely re open in the fall we hear more on this one K. would abuse Mike denardo the district has set a return to classes will likely be in person a continuation of virtual education or a combination of both today the district issues a framework outlining its options because of social distancing requirements superintendent William Hite says school plans will be based on guidance from the city and state health departments and the CDC he says what works at one school may not fit another a one size fits all model will not work and different schools different communities may require different things and Hyde says the August thirty first first day for students could be delayed we think that if anything would change when students would comment just to give more time to talk about all of the protocols that will likely need to be in place the district today begins to survey school communities to find out what about remote learning worked and what didn't Hyde says the district's back to school plan should be ready by mid
At town hall, Philadelphia-area students discuss racism and what can be done to end it
"High school students are talking honestly about racism and how it affects them K. Y. W. is Mike denardo reports in an online town hall today they talked with government leaders about how to put an end to it students from the five county area expressed how racism was real to them sometimes subtle sometimes overt but always real and an online forum sponsored by public citizens for children and youth Radnor high school students Seve Kansi talked about what he called micro aggressions my math teacher I later found out assumed I was in so and the second half of the year when she created in seating chart she seated next to the only other Indian person in class on the on the other brown person in class Harry potter is student at Ridley high school said because he is white adults assume they can make racial comments to him I've heard adults use the N. word and referred to black people with coded language like people from the study renters and in light of recent events riders the students talked about strategies to end racism one suggested going to protests and another talked about voting to hold adults accountable and one simply said it starts at home and with your friends and when you see racism call it
New York - Dash-cam video captures struggle in fatal New Jersey shooting of black driver
"The moments before a black man was shot and killed by a New Jersey state trooper last month can be seen in just released video you're scared of use Mike denardo in the dash cam video from trooper Randall Wetzel's cruiser twenty eight year old Maurice Gordon can be seen in the backseat he'd been stopped for going more than one hundred miles an hour on the garden state parkway near bass river on the morning of may twenty third the trooper who was white offers a mask to Gordon who is black Gordon gets out of the car and the two struggle with Wetzel pepper spring garden and then shooting him six times killing him Attorney General Gurbir gray wall released the redacted recordings as required by the state's use of force guidelines governor Murphy at his daily briefing said police have a responsibility to protect the people they serve and said the case would be presented to a grand jury I have full confidence in the Attorney General Murphy said he hadn't seen the video and he wanted to ensure the AG's ongoing investigation would remain independent
New York - New Jersey AG Releases Dashcam Video Of Deadly Police-Involved Shooting On Garden State Parkway
"Well the public is getting its first look at video of a deadly encounter in which in New Jersey state trooper shot and killed a black man last month in the garden state parkway as K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo tells us the video shows the man and the trooper in a confrontation outside the police car the video shows twenty eight year old Maurice cordon of Poughkeepsie New York sitting in the back of sergeant Randall Wetzel's cruiser early on the morning of may twenty third Gordon's car had broken down after he was stopped for speeding on the garden state parkway in bass river Wetzel is heard in the redacted audio offering Gordon a mask Gordon who is black then steps out of the car and gets into a confrontation with Wetzel who was white during which Wessel pepper sprays Gordon and then shoots him six times the recordings were released in accordance with the state's use of force directives governor Murphy at his daily briefing said he had confidence that the Attorney General would conduct an independent review I cannot dictate the process and outcome of the criminal investigation doing that Murphy said would undermine the independence of the ongoing investigation Murphy said the matter would be presented to a
Community College of Philadelphia opening fall semester with online classes only
"Community college of Philadelphia is the first college in the area to announce it's fall semester will begin completely online Italy's Mike denardo reports as colleges decided whether to hold in person classes this fall because of the corona virus community college of Philadelphia says it's fall semester will start out virtually CCP vice president Shannon Rooney says the early decision allows instructors to prepare we really wanted to use that be able to give our faculty the opportunity to spend as much time as possible over the summer planning for a well executed fall giving like making a decision right now gives them the flexibility and opportunity to do that Rooney says it's possible some in person classes may be held later in the semester most area colleges haven't announced their fall plans yet Jefferson university is resuming classes on campus this fall but it's giving students the option to take classes online there is no decision from Drexel a spokesman for Temple University says an announcement there is likely by the end of the
Philadelphia School District agrees to get caps and gowns to high school seniors for virtual graduation
"The Philadelphia school district says it's going to find a way to get caps and gowns to graduating seniors for next month's virtual graduation is K. would appease Mike denardo to explain at first with Philadelphia in the governor's covert nineteen red zone the school district didn't think it could safely distribute caps and gowns to high school seniors for its online
New York Area - New Jersey Loses 757,700 Jobs In April, Now 1 in 7 Workers Seeking Unemployment Benefits
"The business shut down from the coronavirus cost New Jersey record number of jobs last month they Y. W.'s Mike denardo takes a look the business closures and stay at home orders resulting from covert nineteen because the garden state to lose more jobs than ever last month says state labor commissioner Robert Cerro Angelo jerseys employment decrease historically in April dropping by seven hundred fifty seven thousand and seven hundred jobs a Cerro Angelo says in all one point one million new Jerseyans filed for unemployment benefits since March bringing the total unemployment rate to fifteen point three percent a measure not seen since February of nineteen ninety two a Cerro Angelo says extra workers have been hired to process the backlog of claims governor Murphy empathizes with those not paid yet if you're still out there we haven't got the you're frustrated we don't blame you but we will get there and you'll get every penny that's coming here at his daily briefing Murphy said the overall trend lines are pointing in the right direction but it's still too soon to ease anymore business
Who’s showing up for school during the pandemic? In Philadelphia, it’s just over half of students.
"Since teachers started taking online attendance last Monday the Philadelphia school district has just over half of its students are logging in here's could abuse Mike denardo fifty seven percent of students have logged into online classes according to preliminary figures presented to the school board forty eight percent of elementary school students and seventy three eight percent of middle and high school students have been present for class but the district chief of staff Naomi why it told the board the numbers don't fully represent who's present for class because there are other ways to take attendance including by text phone call sending pictures of work we're entering the Google classroom the district has loaned out eighty four thousand Chromebooks to about two thirds of its student body as for the quality of work being done superintendent William Hite told reporters earlier in the day that academically students will not be where they should and the goal now is simply to limit regression we do plan to do some sort of assessment for every child not a not a test with an assessment to see where those children skills are he says extra supports will be needed whenever kids return to school
Will Philadelphia schools still have snow days now that students have Chromebooks?
"State law allows school districts to apply to have up to five days a year where students can learn from home on their laptops that saves districts from having to extend the school year to make up for snow days Philadelphia was never in a position to take advantage because so many of its students did not have computers or internet access at home but Philadelphia school superintendent William Hite says now that the district has loaned out eighty one thousand Chromebooks for remote learning it may consider holding remote classes while it's snowing more people have the technology and that we didn't have before and so it it creates opportunities for us and it wouldn't have to take a snowstorm hi twenty two days lost when schools were closed for asbestos issues no one's talking about the environmental stuff anymore I mean because we're working through the pandemic but there were days missed for the environmental stuff governor wolf signed the cyber snow day laws last summer Mike denardo KYW newsradio
Philadelphia head of schools aims to ensure students stay engaged while schools are closed
"In Philadelphia the school the head of the school's out here says that is made academic goal during this pandemic is to make sure students keep the connections with their teachers as we hear from K. what abuse Mike denardo when students have been away from classes for so long they tend to forget what they've learned superintendent William Hite says his goal for online lessons while schools are closed is to try to prevent any regression some parents have told him they want their children to repeat their grade because of so much lost time during the pandemic hi disagrees we're not going to just do wholesale retentions are because of what children are experiencing he says he expects to give students extra supports to bring them up to speed we will do some sort of assessment to figure out which children are and then work to get them back to where they should be throughout the next year hi it says during this coronavirus closure he's more concerned with students participation and they're maintaining a connection to the school and the quality of their online work
Philadelphia Coronavirus Transit: SEPTA Returning To Regular Schedules On Most Transit Services Starting May 17
"Septa is restore and regular city transit service started a week from Sunday more from K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo starting Sunday may seventeenth sept is returning to a regular schedule on its buses and trolley routes as well as the market Frankford Broad Street and Norristown high speed lines set the GM Leslie Richards says the free rides are ending we'll also be able to go back to front door boarding we are gonna start off with the fare collection as well and this is going to allow us to help monitor up brighter limits on all of our vehicles writers are still asked to wear masks and they'll be required to stay six feet from bus drivers seven septa workers have died from the corona virus and more than two hundred fifty have tested positive Richard says worker call outs continue to be a challenge and she stresses that even though sept is returning to our regular transit schedule only essential workers or people accessing life sustaining services should be writing the system Mike DiNardo KYW
Philadelphia School District Working to Find at Least 500 ‘Unaccounted’ Students
"The school district says it has not been able to contact hundreds of students since buildings closed because of the corona virus here's K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo this was the first week for graded online classes in the first week teachers were taking attendance while the vast majority of students have been communicating with their teachers either online or by phone superintendent William Hite says not everyone has we still have our young people that we can account for hi it says since schools closed for the corona virus the district has been trying to find five hundred families by calling them or even knocking on doors individuals and not where they were the phone numbers are not the same and the contacts have changed the five hundred students represent less than one percent of the district's total enrollment but Hyde says that's still too many he says the district has acquired twenty five hundred hot spots for some of the students who are unable to take advantage of free or reduced cost internet access I'd says overall participation figures for this first week of online instruction should be available on Monday
New Jersey schools closed for the rest of the school year
"Schools in New Jersey staying closed for the rest of the academic year of course because coronavirus here is given at least ninety nine out governor Murphy says he decided to keep school buildings closed because it was impossible to re open them in a way that would promote learning while also protecting students and staff from the corona virus we could not guarantee an environment that would not only be safe but fully capable of meeting the educational needs of students in a setting built for social distancing New Jersey joins forty five other states including Pennsylvania and Delaware in closing schools through the rest of the academic year the governor said he empathized with high school seniors and wanted to find ways for them to celebrate graduation either virtually or at a later date Murphy said the state education department was meeting to consider protocols for how the next school year could open Mike denardo KYW
Philadelphia teachers begin grading online assignments today
"Philadelphia Philadelphia teachers teachers will will will be be be be giving giving giving giving grades grades grades grades for for for for online online online online assignment assignment assignment assignment starting starting starting starting today today today today here's here's here's here's K. K. K. K. Y. Y. Y. Y. W.'s W.'s W.'s W.'s Mike Mike Mike denardo denardo denardo the the the district district district has has has distributed distributed distributed more more more than than than eighty eighty eighty one one one thousand thousand thousand Chromebooks Chromebooks Chromebooks for for for students to learn from home during the corona virus shut down superintendent William Hite says for students who do not have a whole internet access or who haven't been able to get free or reduced rate connections the district is beginning to give out some hot spots we are beginning a phase of distributing a mobile hot spots and those mobile hot spots cost as much as the machines do and so we don't have the ability to purchase those for every child for the last two weeks teachers have been posting review assignments in their Google classrooms now the assignments count kind of height has said grades in the final marking period can only help and not hurt a student's final average we don't want to be punitive we actually wanted it as best we can it to help young people hide says he doesn't want to punish students for circumstances out of their control
Philadelphia School District considers options for returning to school
"Philadelphia school district leaders are already thinking about what a return to the classrooms in the fall could look like here's K. Y. W.'s Mike denardo how do you start the next school year with social distancing in mind superintendent William Hite says the district is exploring several scenarios do we stay in the current states I mean in terms of delivering digital content or do we try to come back and work through what will likely be some very challenging circumstances hi it has already said students would likely be wearing masks and any return to the classroom in a conference call with reporters he said the district would also have to consider things like having bosses make several runs to bring students to school in shifts or changing lunch and recess routines to establish social distancing with students currently learning from home on Chromebooks heights as technology allows the district to think about having more high school students learning remotely next year he says the district has joined a city working group to talk about how schools can reopen if the state gives the green light Mike denardo KYW
Kelly DiNardo on living the Sutras in this Moment
"Hello My name is Ron. And this is the flow artist. Podcast every episode my co host Joe Stewart and I speak with inspiring me. This thing is and teachers about how they find their flow and much much more. Hope you're doing okay and adapting to this new normal. We find ourselves and for me. Yoga and mindfulness are more important. Now than ever these wisdom traditions of a wonderful guidance about life and how to navigate it one very important scripture arguably the foundation of Modern Yoga is the Yoga Sutras of patange. Last year we caught up with Kelly. Denardo was a yoga teacher studio owner writer and author of the book. Living the sutras now. We interviewed Kelly last year and obviously a lot has changed since then so I reached out to her and
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"Denardo KYW newsradio the Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court is accusing Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of making threatening statements as the court debates a Louisiana abortion law justice John Roberts says Schumer crossed the line when he said this at a rally yesterday I want to tell you gore's arch I want to tell you Cavanaugh you ever leave the whirlwind and you will pay the price going on to say the justices wouldn't know what hit them Robert says statements of the sword from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate they're dangerous law professor Laurie Levenson said she was surprised by Schumer's remarks even if you agree with senator Schumer that the Supreme Court should not be overturning their prior abortion decisions this is probably not the best way to go about doing it by challenging the court on the courthouse steps president trump criticized Schumer on fox news last night as far as humor is concerned it was a terrible thing he said I was I was amazed by it and if that were Republicans he was a really bad things happening and now some calls in the Senate mostly from Republicans for Schumer to be censured for what he said Schumer's office says he was referring to a political crisis Senate Republicans would pay although he named those two justices by name Iran was for a branded sports sponsored by septa the train is the best way to discover the Riviera plan your trip to the twenty twenty flower show and I said the Philly dot com slash flower show flyers are playing on real hockey right now they're on a tear since early January they've won seven straight the latest five two with the Washington Capitals stay humble we don't care who were playing and symposium where we play with the confidence of speed and not only play those guys the same way we play everybody else Travis connect me one of the goal scorers last night against the first place caps the victory putting the flyers one point behind Washington for first in the metropolitan division there are sixteen regular season games to go but.
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"Mike denardo KYW newsradio campaign twenty twenty on KYW news radio just a half dozen democratic presidential candidates faced off in des Moines Iowa Tuesday night in their final debate ahead of next month's Iowa caucuses the debate open with the candidates being asked why they are best suited to be commander in chief it quickly moved to a question about whether they would leave troops in the Middle East or withdraw and why it was an opportunity sees by all the candidates to attack the policies of the trump administration in Iran Iraq Syria and Afghanistan centers and warm both said we shouldn't keep troops in the Middle East other candidates give more nuanced policy answers near P. budgets capitalized on his experience serving the US in uniform the next moved on to trade Steve casting down in the morning Iowa meanwhile president trump rallied supporters in Milwaukee which will be the site of the Democrats national convention this summer and he repeatedly attacked Democrats Democrats stand for crime corruption and chaos Republicans stand for a law order and justice it's true Mr trump said house speaker Nancy Pelosi is wasting people's time by pushing ahead with the impeachment inquiry the ex boyfriend of a Philadelphia woman found stabbed to death inside her home has been ordered to stand trial for her murder Hey why W. crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannson as more from inside the courtroom Jill no man was found dead in our bathroom in early November with a hundred and twenty five stab wounds throughout her body and head prosecutors say it was at the hands of her ex boyfriend and lover Arthur Caesar thirty five year old male meant was autistic and works as a chef at the popular diner the dining car in the northeast a detective told the judge Caesar said he was at Newman's apartment the night before but lasted about twelve thirty eight AM the victim was found about seventeen hours later prosecutor showed surveillance video Caesar at his work with a backpack walking across the parking lot handing the trash truck workers of bags filled with something the knife the detective said was never found but they did find Caesars book back which they say look to have blood on it and is now being tested by crime scene investigators the detective also testified that when Caesar was questioned he had a gash across his hand and bruised and swollen fifth Cesar told them it was from work and that he had punched a wall the defense asked that the murder charge be downgraded to third degree but the judge sided with prosecutors and held Caesar on first degree murder at the criminal justice center Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio and now it's time for cable I W. sports sponsored by septa up all night with twenty plus routes that run twenty four hours so is septa learn more at I. septa Philly dot com Jerry was very sports update a little bit taken over time my own rank the Paul Tuesday night details in here when I was at back in over time before the cleaning the full seventy nine seventy five the one leaders try able to close in seconds well the number of times with the help of six free throws by calling the last beat the Wildcats went eighteen for twenty one for the free throw line of the big three job forty three percent field the last we finished with twenty one points while city very added eighteen more at a game Aug twenty nine for the ball Villanova wins in overtime seventy nine seventy five and I led by Kim K. Y. W. newsradio the Sixers are eighteen into in South Philadelphia with a box of a better home record Sixers host the nets on Wednesday night buyers also play Wednesday night in St Louis against.
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"Mike denardo in north Philadelphia and that's the reason why they're on the news Jackie is pretty slow right now on ninety five south bound this is at Allegheny to Gerard this looks like a little blip on the map here we're not really seeing any lanes blocked or anything but we're not saying you're seeing be an eighteen anti phone force tipster two one five seven twenty four ten sixty rest of ninety five looks good all the way down to Delaware not seeing any issues Vine Street expressway west from the parkway to the Schuylkill expressway Scoble congestion in through there but we don't see any lanes blocked westbound it's also slow on the Schuylkill expressway at city Avenue and that about does it for this Google now on the blue route for seventy six with a great or twenty two west bound the crew was out there near Reuters Ford we are no longer seeing a delay they're supposed to go all the way to Saratoga so we'll keep our eyes peeled for them and let you know if we see them not seeing any problems on the Pennsylvania Turnpike east or west of the northeast extension everything looks to be in pretty good shape New Jersey fifty five southbound traffic is jammed up from south of fifty forty seven in depth verdict and this is going to go for probably a mile or so maybe two miles as you pass by it would bury road so just be ready for a delay there what you're actually going behind a crew that's fixing potholes back over the PA side a quick note about the show them Avenue between at Penrhos error and old York road that area is very very slow because of construction mass transit trend line is running again however there are some outbound stations it's not servicing the receptive dot org for that three station list in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center I'm Stevie re we'll see some rain later on a high today of fifty eight degrees rain showers tonight dropping to thirty four and then tomorrow sunny cold and blustery.
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"Mike DeNardo reports. Philadelphia schools, get an annual one to one hundred rating known as the school progress report several schools made. Huge strides underscores released last week Hartrampf elementary in north Philadelphia saw its SP are rise from seven three years ago to forty-seven last year principal Jason Lytle credits teacher coaching and a program that encourages positive behavior. And he also values the personal touch a call each of my students by name. Checking on my teachers every day how you doing Mitchell elementary school principal. Stephanie Andrew leverage talked about a unique family feel among her students. Teachers and staff we started at a three percent S P R lender for two years. We've gone up to forty the district's overall score rose for the third year in a row up to forty two superintendent William Hite acknowledges that with a target of one hundred percent. The district still has a long way to go. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio at six forty eight of Philadelphia city council committee scrutinize the city's office of property assessment of hearing last week. City hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports PA as it's called assesses properties for tax purposes and committee chair Kenyatta Johnson says his constituents aren't happy with confidence in the accuracy and fairness appropriate assessments is very lucky cited sharp increases NY disparities in assessments last year, and a lack of transparency about the offices methods. Finance director, rob duboe promise that this month, the office would fulfill a long overdue requirement that the office post that information online to a better job.
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"Here's KYW's, Mike DeNardo. The design phase is just about finished for improvements to the Linden Wildwood crest and ferry avenue stations DARPA chief engineer, Michael Newdow says there cosmetic upgrades flooring, lighting ceilings, approaches windows, those types of things rendering show curtain walls, replacing the glass block in the head houses and Linden walled. A new custom. Service center, Atwood crest and landscape station entrances at ferry avenue. The job is going out to bid and Benito says a contractor should be ready to begin work by this summer. He says the face lift will go on while commuters are passing through we'll set up temporary work zones, and we'll coordinate off with temporary walls and things like that. So we'll still make access for the passengers. The six million dollar project is expected to be finished in the summer of two thousand twenty Mike DeNardo KYW NewsRadio priest in the Philadelphia archdiocese has been placed on leave after being accused of sexually abusing a child decades ago on senior Joseph low grip will not be able to perform his duties as a priest or be in schools imperatives during the police investigation. It'd been serving as a weekend assistant at Saint Peter parish in west brandy wine, Chester county, and as a chaplain at a retirement home for nuns a separate sexual abuse allegation against him was determined to be unsubstantiated by church investigators in two thousand four. Fourteen. Meanwhile, two other priests have been found unsuitable for ministry. The archdiocese says there are substantiated child sexual abuse allegations dating back to the early nineteen eighties against John Meyers and Raymond smart. No criminal charges were filed against the men. It's five seventeen ticks do not go doorman just because a calendar says it's winter here's KYW's, Molly Daley, reminder came January six from a Facebook friend who said she'd pulled a tick off her son when he came in from playing national lime disease association. President Pat Smith says it doesn't have to be balmy for some species to seek out a blood meal. The temperature is above freezing the deer tick in particular can become active that one also known as the black legged tick transmits, Lyme disease, which Smith says can generally be treated when caught early untreated. It can be devastating that can attack every system in your body. Takes can hitch a ride on you, your kids and your pets as you walk in the woods? Woods or on the grass. If you do find an embedded tickle straight out with pointed tweezers or with a tick removal device to keep ticks from sticking in the first place expert suggest that as soon as you get inside bro your clothes in the dryer and run it for ten minutes on the hottest setting, Molly Daley, KYW NewsRadio controversy controversy at the Philadelphia wings lacrosse game over the weekend at the Wells Fargo center teams PA announcer made an offensive comment in front of the home crowd. And he and the team are now apologizing we'll get the story from KYW's Andrew Kramer during the Philadelphia wings home game against the Georgia. Swarm shawnee hill the wings PA announcer said for the entire arena to here. Let's the ponytail directed at sworn player. Lyle Thompson who's of native heritage listen for yourself. Bet quit from national lacrosse league. Bleacher report live Thompson later said on Twitter that leads a fans saying they were going to scalp him. He called Philly fans. Ruthless and said he hadn't heard stuff like this since high school both hill and the team issued apologies hills saying his words were poorly chosen and were not intended as racially motivated. He called this a lack of knowledge on heritage and history and says he wants to apologize. The Thompson face to face the wings. Call this inadvertent yet offensive and say, they are taking swift disciplinary measures. So this doesn't happen again. We asked the team to detail. What those are. They haven't responded to our E mail. Andrew Kramer, KYW NewsRadio the man accused of kidnapping a thirteen year old girl after killing her parents is doing court in Wisconsin today. He's facing intentional homicide and kidnapping charges people on the girl's hometown said their prayers have been answered Sunday morning church services in Barron, Wisconsin, where a celebration of the safe return of the thirteen year old girl soon after. He was reunited with relatives. A photo of a smiling. Jamie Kloss cheek-to-cheek with her aunt was posted on a Facebook page had genie nut or not been walking her dog at just the right time in rural Gordon, Wisconsin. The thirteen year old might have never been found. She just sent him last. And they don't know where I am. And I need help sheriff Chris FitzGerald said her alleged kidnapper had no previous contact with the close family. She's doing as well as circumstances allow he claimed Jake Paterson planned this abduction. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. It's five twenty Philadelphia's office of homeless services gets its first communication director. And he has a special qualification for the job. I'm Pat Loeb coming up in the next five minutes here on KYW NewsRadio. What's in store for your business this week at Staples doing business like.
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"Overnight cloudy, breezy and call below down to thirty three degrees. And for the rest of your Wednesday, a mix of clouds, it's still going to be cold still going to be windy, the high forty one that's your forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. Traffic and transit on the twos. Commonwealth court Kurt arguments on a key school harassment case for more risque YWCA, Mike DeNardo, discrimination suit. They claim the school district should have protected bullied student who was raped in a school bathroom in two thousand eleven was tossed out of Common Pleas court because it was filed two and a half years after the statute of limitations had expired attorney David birney representing the family of the then eight year old fourth grader at Brian elementary appealed. He argued to Commonwealth court that the boys should have been protected from racial and gender identity. Discrimination under the Pennsylvania human Relations Act. There's a law in Pennsylvania that doesn't allow minor to file a claim until they reach the age of eighteen but an attorney for the school district argued the trial court got it. Right. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. The Amazon has bypassed Philadelphia and chosen Queens, New York and Arlington Virginia to split their new corporate headquarters, the state of Pennsylvania and the city of Philadelphia divulging, the financial incentives, they were offering to try and the headquarters here W city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb tells us city officials are disappointed the incentives did work, but they have no regrets. Comer stricter herald Epson no need to be modest about the city's bed. We did a phenomenal job of putting together says the city is using it to other businesses, and it's already helped attract a new company elm partners and elm didn't even get any financial incentives for Amazon the city was prepared to offer a billion dollars in tax increments. Financing or fifteen percent of the expected six billion dollars. The company was expected to generate for the economy. Mayor Kenney says it was not an unusual offer what we offered them has been offered to late teen or so other projects that that's on top of a brand new. New program. The state was proposing if Amazon picked either Philadelphia or Pittsburgh that would have been worth four and a half billion dollars the winning cities are offering far less incentives. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio big changes coming to the Mazzoni center following a series of very public disagreements skateboard w Chevrolet Howard fees to brave shift to do this new collaborative approach to leading and managing our largest LGBTQ organization in the state that's executive director of LGBT affairs, Ambra hikes on the recent changes in leadership from one party rule to a group of three at the Mazzoni center says this is a good response by the organization to a call from the community encouraging to see a board of directors been leadership pain of recognizing that there has been a call from community for the dramatically. Dislike approach the new group of three will be Dr Nancy Brisbane Alycia manly. And Raquel the Mazzoni center. Will celebrate its fortieth anniversary next June charity, Howard, KYW NewsRadio..
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"Good morning i'm john astakhov at the broadcast center right now scattered clouds seventy four degrees aiming for an afternoon high of eighty four in the news at this hour philadelphia police say they now have the car involved in a hit and run that left a five year old boy dead i'm tim jimenez the pair of brothers charged with the murder of philadelphia police sergeant robert wilson the third are expected to plead guilty today as part of the deal i'm kristen johanson the president wants to do away with due process for illegal immigrants i'm tom foty the debate over strawberry mansion high draws a rare show emotion from phillies schools chief i'm sorry i had to listen to you i had to listen to you i'm mike denardo in sports i'm ed benkin after another phillies bullpen collapse in washington gave kotler squad will look to bounce back as they opened up a threegame series in south philadelphia against the new york yankees that amorin kyw sports looking at business i'm steve potisk from bloomberg wall street is again focused on trade and watch harley davidson shares as it considers a future with tariffs and given a futures had been down all morning i was kinda surprised to see the dow and the s and p briefly in green numbers but now it's in red dow down one hundred forty and a half points nasdaq off sixty two and a third snp given back fourteen and a half i'm cbs three meteorologist matt peterson a very nice monday in store for us today mostly sunny skies a high of eighty four little bit breezy at times later this afternoon and then take clear and comfortable with an overnight low of sixty four should be very nice on tuesday but then it does get hot and humid towards the end of the week of your five day forecast when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio right now the broadcast center scattered clouds seventy four degrees aiming for an afternoon high.
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"City council kyw's mike denardo reports council is weighing how much of mayor kennedy's tax proposal to approve to help the school district fill a projected nearly one billion dollar deficit over the next five years council president arrow clark asked superintendent william hite if the state share refunding was enough height said his only concern was the total revenue package but we're asking for now is to maintain the stability that we fought so hard to get to to this point the it's still not anywhere close to what we need to be adequate the mayors appointed school board tastes control of the district july first and they'll have to manage the district's budget with whatever council approves at city hall mike denardo kyw newsradio now the cbs three eyewitness weather five day forecast mainly clear and mild overnight the low fifty seven on thursday mostly sunny with popup showers and thunderstorms high seventy nine any of those thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening though could be strong or severe biggest threat for that is off to the west they will likely cross through the city between about three and five pm on friday sunny and nights the high seventy four then a warm front lifts through saturday it will spark a shower in the morning then some sun isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon again very warm and humid saturday high eighty five then the cold front sags through saturday into mother's day sunday best threat for rain is saturday night but that front could stall overhead on mother's day bringing a chance for rain and also cloudy and cooler conditions the high around seventy watch for rain if you're headed to race for the cure on sunday morning monday seasonable with a mix of sun and clouds the high seventy four with your eyewitness weather.
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"Wanna use mike denardo has more every port from the group public citizens for children and youth points out that while charters are billed as a better alternative to traditional public schools charter is are struggling academically to the report was issued at a center city roundtable discussion state rep jim roebuck is the democratic chair of the house education committee what we had done with charters is create a separate and on wall school system the report calls for an update to pennsylvania's 20yearold charter law one that would make it easier to expand good charters and to close failing ones state rep jordan harris says one thing is clear as lawmakers work toward charter reform we gotta get beyond the ugh versus them men south mike denardo kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty one thirty six the house has voted to reauthorize the controversial foreign intelligence surveillance act and despite objections from members of both parties in a presidential tweet it seemed to echo those concerns immune defines the reauthorization bill passed the house reforms backed by members of both parties were rejected the debate was muddied by a pair of presidential tweets in one the president said the fis a law may have been used to surveillance and abuse his campaign that sparked consternation on capitol hill two hours later the president tweeted of the fis a law quote we need it house speaker paul ryan one of the most important things we are placed in charge to do is to make decisions not based on tv not based on internet based on facts steven portnoy cbs news the white house now queen appliance launches the eyewitness weather five day forecast the clouds start to build a sign of things to come with our next door system getting its act together off to our south and west and once that gets year we are going to be getting drenched so for now just again cloudy skies the rest of the day highs ended mid50s but late tonight some of those rain showers are to pop up on.
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"Charter schools budget writing teacher contract standoffs in our stormy tenure of former superintendent dr arlene ackerman not to mention her controversial out of the challenges that face their public schools over the year from thought it would be a temporary fix would philadelphia's stool of your vision it's been around for sixteen years the result of intervention for the state of pennsylvania is the city poised to regain control of its public school system it would've used mike denardo with a story he joins us on round and mike mayor jim kenney outlining his plan yes steve the mayor's plan includes halving the school reform commission that's the fivemember estate panel that run schools now vote to dissolve itself at its november 16th meeting again and again we've told the people philadelphia that the state of their schools are someone else's responsibility that ends today when the mayor made that appeal in a packed city council chambers this morning loud cheers erupted of from the gal laurie now the mayor said he would appoint a ninemember school board to replace the src and he also said the district can no longer expect the state to provide enough revenue for schools so the city is stepping up he said he said it would he would propose a plan to increase city funding for schools and to cover an impending 1 billion dollar deficit over the next five years but steve in say how he planned to raise that revenue mike it appears saw would rather see the replacement school board formed in a different way yes some advocates are calling for any elected school board at philadelphia has never had taxing authority to because it's never had any elected board but that's not on the table right now mayor kenney plans to appoint aboard but city council once the authority to approve those mayoral appointments and there's a bill in council now proposing a special election to change the city charter to allow council to have that authorities steve we'll see where this goes from here thank you bye it would have used mike denardo with us regaining control of philadelphia public schools we have more audrey accu division bold plans or city.
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"Japan restore the roof he would have as much up denardo a craftsman hammer strips of cyprus bark into place atop show so japanese house and garden with this individual technique thrown out that even today with depending on the person the worker the rhythm changes in oki cypress bark roof is the only one of its kind outside japan every five years of restoration team from japan comes to philadelphia to perform the traditional maintenance and japanamerica society of greater philadelphia executive director kim andrew says this time people can watch twice a day we have at tours for visitors to walk up and see what the roof looks like what the techniques are to see what the materials are the tours are twenty dollars they run through october twenty second mike denardo kyw newsradio time and for half of the transit nominee two hours those things and pretty significant delays on the schuylkill expressway westbound volume expect to be slow from the vine street expressway all the way out the 202 not really getting much better on that side of the roadway eastbound bumper the bumper traffic from just past city avenue down through the vine as well so either way you're headed you might need a couple of extra minutes and you'll need a little more time on the vine street expressway westbound folks you start the slow down at that age street onramp and that does not stop until you hit the schuylkill expressway so pretty much end to end delays on that side of the road eastbound though you're do in okay if you're headed up towards ninety five if you are traveling in have town lawrence road is shut down between west chester pike and darby creek road there's down wires in the area utility workers are on scene but it is causing a pretty decent problem for folks on the west chester pike at this time and just a quick note on septa mc in some delays on the broad street line southbound delays of up.
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"Competition and reducing premium blood his backing won't be enough to keep the bill alive and that has even supporters of the deal like lindsey graham casting about for alternative everybody is looking for an idea that has more republican and does not run into the concept you're taking money from poor people to give it the rich people nancy cordis reporting from capitol hill a lawyer for a man involved in the case of four young man men who went missing in bucks county pennsylvania says his client confessed to killing them more from correspondent dimarco mortgage k thing sorry that apology was all cosmo denardo said to reporters as he was led away in handcuffs hallway quota to nuttall's defense attorney said his client was much more forthcoming with prosecutors he confessed to his participation or commission in the murders of four young men in exchange for that confession mr denardo was promised by the district attorney that he will spare his life by non of doping the death penalty that it out of a source with firsthand knowledge of the confession told the associated press denardo sold their wanted to the victim but he felt cheated or threatened to during the transactions the sources the men were killed separately and a coconspirator was involved in three of the killings privy excellent i can answer them text messages show denardo had been part of a group chat set up by friends of the missing mid when asked if he was worried about a spotty dean footage yaro denardo called the book pillpopping junkie who probably just jumped parole those messages as well as snapchat photos of denardo posing with a revolver were first reported by philly dot com bucks county district attorney matthew one draw i know more than i'm sharing on the relationships i had to keep it that way on facebook for nokia rules on tino wrote i am completely crushed heartbroken and nav they go bob leinna worked with of geo i'm gonna miss him you know i feel bad i you'd wanna be strong would him because he wasn't strong candy no dimarco morgan reporting still makombe reforming the va.
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"This morning in the deaths of four missing bucks county man joining us live with the latest this kyw mike denardo mike a source tells the ap that 20yearold cosmo denardo no relation to this reporter confessed to killing the men separately after selling them marijuana and then burning their bodies that his family's farm in seoul berry and the source says denardo had an accomplice the inquirer reports a person of interest was taken into custody late last night in the eight hundred block of mcgee avenue in lawn crust that person has not been charged this while that painstaking search of a mass grave continues at the denardo family familyfarm where so far one body has been positively identified the ap reports at least three of the victims were shot after the drug transactions and the victim's bodies were burned now bucks county de a math through wine trove is not commenting or confirming word of a confession he is expected to provide an update on the investigation this morning at eleven with more on the confession here's is kyw andrew kramer that apology came from cosmo denardo shortly after telling authorities his role in the disappearance of jimmy patrick tom mio march sturgis and dean finish ero confessed to the participation of the commission of four murders attorney paul anka says denardo told police where three of the bodies are located finish hours remains were found behind find the sole berry township home denardo s family owns buying says in exchange for the confession denardo was promised he would not receive the death penalty negotiated this outcome for cosmo to be very honest forthright truthful in what occurred within the last week and a half denardo was arrested two times this week most recently authorities say eight for stealing a car owned by me oh andrew kramer.
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"Only helped get two hundred sixty eight people off the streets darlene aitken's with the la county housing authority said things of change that information at that time was not update at when they can create it up i know report a report found the program helped more property owners then veterans it also found administrative costs eight up a lot of the money president trump has just in russian president putin would have been happier of hillary clinton had won the election if he'll lowery had won our military would be decimated our energy would be much more expensive that's what putin does have like about me and that's why i say why would he went me trump says he in the russian leader each want what's best for their own countries trump made the comment during an interview with televangelist pat robertson on the 700 club a lawyer says the man arrested in philly in connection with the surge from four missing man has confessed to killing them attorney paul legs says 20yearold cosmo denardo led investigators to the bodies they were in a 12foot deep grave on the denardo family's farm exchange confession mr denardo was promised by the district attorney that he will spare his life by not voting thatthat denardo had been arrested for allegedly trying to sell a car belonging to one of the murdered men denardo also implicated a second man as his accomplice step man's also been arrested the phrase ladies and gentlemen is being removed from announcement on london's public transit service the idea is to be more gender inclusive tube staff will now use greetings including good morning everyone traffic from.
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"Denardo says the pennsylvania man has confessed to killing four men missing since last week in the philadelphia area all lang was asked if denardo led authorities to the victims of her body or a us either by ali from oftel's glaring as denardo confessed after being assured prosecutors would not seek the death penalty all for the victims were found on a farm owned by denardo stanley a source who knows about the confession but would speak only on condition of anonymity tells the ap that a coconspirator was involved in the shooting gusts of three of the men and paris president trump defends his son donald trump jr saying his meeting last june with a russian lawyer was something most people of politics would do i have only been in politics for two years but i've had many people call up o j we have information on this factor or this person or frank lee hillary uh this standard in politics politics is not the nicest business in the world but his first standard where they have information and you take the information senate judiciary committee chairman chuck grassley as asked the younger trump to appear before the committee to republican senators say they are not going to vote for the latest healthcare bill introduced today by senate majority leader mitch mcconnell ap's ricardo lodge result of our reports that the leaders tried to keep all the other republicans and lies trying to put together a package that will let him get to fifty votes fifty republican senators plus vice president mike pence will advance this legislation if he cannot get those fifty votes than the effort to repeal and replace obamacare is in very very serious trouble mcconnell wants a vote next week on the measure this is ap radio news.
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"Of interest cosmo denardo confessed that denardo was involved in the killings were reporting live andrew kramer kyw newsradio andrew thank you so much and stay with kyw newsradio for continuing coverage kyw news time five fifteen the preliminary hearing will continue next month for ninety defendants charged in the death of penn state fraternity pledge timothy piazza but a local congressman says the pushed and hazing on couch campuses can't wait here's code abusing latest data pie counts pat me and as an alumnus but hazing he says is far from confined to france like the ps chapter now under scrutiny fifty five percent of the students will experience some form of hazing maybe they're athletes were members of a campus organization being subjected to a dangerous initiation any kind of an act constitutes a substantial risk with bipartisan support the republican has introduced legislation that would require colleges to define hazing to educate students about the response and resources available for victims and to report violations publicly like schools most do with sexual assaults julie deavere silly son gerry died from um hazing it rider university ten years ago had this bill bennett affect our sun would be alive today bush kyw newsradio excessive heat warnings advisory is in effect through tonight and some of the people and the delaware valley had a chance to escape the heat of these justin trudeau has more the recordsetting heated sending some folks endorsed the huddle under their air conditioning but for others the hot sunny humidity is the perfect recipe for kubay acapulco sam rainsy emme at the for instance go community call the firm out section of filadelfia paul goers can kick backend lounge chairs enjoy the palm trees late.
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"Of a crash will did a complete check of traffic in just a moment you're listening to reporters round up when you start to see the real life impact that was shut down i think the speaker finally got the idea that he just couldn't keep this going into that's the way governor christie says the state's threeday shutdown was brought to an end late monday but what about those who didn't get to lie on the beach at the close to the public island beach state park new jersey state workers will they be paid for the time that the elected officials spent in standoff he whatever these mike denardo looking into this like what you find in history is on the workers side and new jersey workers were given back pay after the two thousand six government shutdown governor christie on friday said state workers though should not expect back pay nickel kalar a very softened that stance after the budget agreement monday night hetty rosenstein is the new jersey director of the largest union of state government workers the communications workers of america real quick we get paid after their i urge at a because the governor a rate thing before they're it and we don't quite that yet rosenstein says she talked to union lawyers and the cwa will file a grievance if it's necessary a spokesman for governor christie and says the legislature has to act first before workers can get back to store and we'll keep following thank you mike anytime they whatever the news time twelve fifty two reporters round up continues with traffic and transit on the twos we're waiting for an opening of the twenty pound myra bridge just to any second nazzal all traffic will be stopped this accident beds in new jersey onto ninety five northbound a very very slow once you get to.